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Understanding and Protecting Oceans with CU Science Update

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By Beth Bartel

Talking about the oceans may seem a little bit silly from landlocked Colorado. But oceans affects us all, and in big ways, so it happens that some big oceanic research goes down in several of Boulder’s many scientific institutions.

In this episode of CU Science Update, host Jalesa Moore discusses the various roles our planet’s oceans play and what research local scientists are contributing.
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Science in the blogosphere: Boing Boing

Boing Boing's science editor Maggie Koerth-Baker speaks to CU Science Update

By Beth Bartel

As newsrooms downsize they tend to cut specialty journalists, like science reporters, from their staff or shrink science sections. At the end of 2008, for example, CNN cut its entire science, technology and environment team. A few months later, The Boston Globe eliminated its Health/Science section, although the staff stayed on and the paper began running science content in its “g” lifestyle tabloid and the business section.

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